The Green House Peru

Address: Route Pisac-Ollaytaytambo Km 60.2, Sacred Valley, Peru | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Route Pisac-Ollaytaytambo Km 60.2, Sacred Valley.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Green House Peru Sacred Valley

      Reviewed by elainehayes

      Perfect Haven in the Sacred Valley

      Reviewed Sep 12, 2014
      by (60 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The Green House is really special. Kelly welcomed us into her home and cooked delicious dinners each evening, which we enjoyed with the other guests while sharing our travelling tales. Our room was very comfortable overlooking a beautiful garden with a backdrop of mountains, but it was the special touches that made our stay memorable like being able to curl up with a blanket round the fire in the lounge in the evening and going to bed to find it warmed with a hot water bottle.
      It was a perfect location to explore and we found it easy to get about by local buses to visit Moray, Salinas and Pisac.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Green House Peru Sacred Valley

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      Travel Blogs from Sacred Valley

      Sacred Valley ... Following an Inca Trail

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Sep 12, 2014

      40 photos

      The Urabamba kept us company as we drove into the upper part of the Sacred Valley. The countryside changed completely, with far more arable land, and trees. In fact there are many eucalyptus, introduced from Australia to use for the railway and now invaluable as they grow in just 3-4 years and can be used for building and to fuel fires. They do …

      Integrating the Agonizing Trauma of Birth

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... First, the archetypal sequence that governed the perinatal phenomena from womb through birth canal to birth was experienced above all as a powerful dialectic­­--moving from an initial state of undifferentiated unity to a problematic state of constriction, conflict, and contradiction, with an accompanying sense of separation, duality, and alienation; and finally moving through a stage of complete annihilation to an unexpected redemptive liberation that ...

      Flight from Rurrenabaque&Copacabana/Lake Titicaca

      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Nov 01, 2014

      15 photos

      ... eating chicken from there (if you saw it, you'd understand) so we carried on hungry. Tried our best to follow the very vague map but must have turned off the main trail at some point. There were no signs at all, even for historic sights that the map said were on the trail but that we never found. We were by now feeling far less smug! Hiked over giant hills (Rebecca in flip flops) at 4,000m, constantly asking passing locals for directions to Yumani, the main village. Not ...

      Into the Inca past

      A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Sep 30, 2014

      20 photos

      ... of metres in height and provided three distinctly different microclimates to grow variable crops year round. A clever use of what God has provided - unfortunately they attributed it to mother earth and father sun, and worshipped both to the extreme.
      We wound along this valley for a few hours and stopped at various places for visits to significant remains, little markets and for a delightful buffet lunch where we were able to experience some ...

      Cusco

      A travel blog entry by canalannie on Sep 21, 2014

      2 photos

      ... built in the mid 1500's taking about a year to build, over the years alters and art were added. The main alter is made of silver, so bright and shiny, I haven't seen anything like it before, i wouldn't describe it as beautiful, it is far too ornate. One alter depicts Christ on the cross with black skin which some believe stems from candle smoke. There is a very beautifully carved choir stall from cedar featuring images ...

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